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Zoom Block Printing Workshop on Saturday, August 27th, 2022, 11am - 1:15pm

Block Printing Workshop on Saturday, August 27th, 2022, 11am - 1:15pm

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Explore the art of Block Printing and leave with your own personally designed tote bag! 

Before 3d printers and xerox machines, Block Printing was used for centuries as both an art form and for creating entire books as the oldest form of printmaking! In this workshop, we’ll go over the basics. Carve a stamp of your own design, learn about working with ink and creating seamless patterns, then design your very own Tote Bag to take home with you! 

The fun doesn’t end with the workshop - take your stamp home for endless creations!

All supplies included and no experience necessary – just bring your beautiful self! 

(Note: final project will look different than sample photos)


Following current Covid-19 protocols, masks are encouraged for all attendees including those who are fully vaccinated. This workshop will take place outdoors!

Arriving Late

Workshops start promptly at their scheduled time. Please prepare to arrive 10 minutes early to find parking and our studio location within Allied Arts Guild. In order to create an amazing experience for all scheduled guests, late attendees may be denied entrance. If you are running behind, please let us know at

All workshop purchases are non-refundable.

If you are unable to attend a regular workshop and notify us 24 hours in advance, we will issue a full credit toward another workshop. 

Cancellations with less than 24 hours notice will not be refunded or credited. You are always welcome to gift your workshop to a friend!

Should we need to reschedule a workshop, we will notify you with the new date and time. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled session we will issue a full refund.

Block Printing Workshop on Saturday, August 27th, 2022, 11am - 1:15pm


Health & Safety

Masks are encouraged for all attendees including those who are fully vaccinated. All workshops will take place outdoors!

With your help, we can enjoy creative workshops and shopping in the safest way possible! Our team members and guests are at the core of what we do, thus their health is of utmost importance! We are working diligently to keep up with the everchanging guidelines and recommendations put in place by the CDC in an effort to keep our staff and patrons safe, happy, and healthy as possible during this time. 

If our employees feel ill or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, they are not permitted to come to work. All employees are required to wear masks throughout the duration of their shifts. We are sanitizing all high-traffic surfaces and tools between each workshop, and we have switched to single-use supplies where possible. 

Please notify us if you or any guest is feeling ill or has tested positive for COVID-19. We will honor a full refund in the form of workshop credit with proof of a positive covid test. Workshop credit is not valid on retail items and expires 12 months from original booking date.

Artist Highlight

Natalia Shevchenko

Originally from Ukraine, Nataliia moved to the U.S. in 2011 with a Ph.D. in Economics. Though this was an exciting adventure, she had to abandon the life she knew and figure out a new reality. This required not only adjusting to a new culture and language, but also reinventing her career and life goals. After going through the visa process, volunteering, and a job at an IT startup, she found her passion for creativity and art. 

Fashion illustration and Design was the starting point for her art career, studying at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, Parsons The New School of Design, Stanford University, and the Palo Alto Art Center. With this experience in commercial illustration, she began to explore the world of fine art. While her subject may vary, her main media stays the same – watercolor, which allows her to work in layers and to preserve a slightly unfinished look. She is most interested in exploring art as a therapy by creating works as a spiritual experience that heals us during and after life-changing events.


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